Public Notice
Milton Logistics Hub Project - Review Panel Invites Comments on Draft Public Hearing Procedures

OTTAWA – January 17, 2018 – The Review Panel conducting the joint process to review the proposed Milton Logistics Hub Project is seeking comments on the draft Public Hearing Procedures. The procedures outline how the public hearing will be organized and how interested parties can participate at the hearing.

At this time, the Review Panel cannot predict the timing of the hearing; however, the Review Panel will provide a minimum of 60-days' notice in advance of the start of the public hearing.

Participants are invited to provide the Review Panel with general comments on the procedures. However, of particular interest are comments regarding the timing of traditional and seasonal activities that should be considered when scheduling the public hearing. The Review Panel would also like to hear about suitable locations where the hearing should be held, including potentially affected Indigenous communities and local communities.

The Review Panel will consider all comments received before issuing the final version of the Public Hearing Procedures. All comments received will be considered public and will be posted on the online public registry. Written comments in either official language should be sent by February 7, 2018 to:

Joseph Ronzio,
Panel Manager, Milton Logistics Hub Project
c/o Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency
160 Elgin Street, 22nd Floor, Ottawa ON K1A 0H3
MiltonHubPanel.PoleMiltonCommission@ceaa-acee.gc.ca

To view the draft Public Hearing Procedures or to obtain information on the Milton Logistics Hub Project environmental assessment, please consult the Canadian Environmental Assessment Registry at www.canada.ca/ceaa, reference number 80100.

To be added to the distribution list and be kept informed of activities relating to the panel review process, provide a mail or email address to: MiltonHubPanel.PoleMiltonCommission@ceaa-acee.gc.ca.

The Proposed Project

The Canadian National Railway Company (CN) is proposing the construction and operation of a logistics hub, designed to transfer containers between trucks and railcars. The project would be located in Milton, Ontario on 400-acres of CN-owned land, and would include a railway yard with more than 20 km of track.

Media may contact:

Shelley Rolland-Poruks
Milton Logistics Hub Project — Review Panel
Tel.: 613-948-1357
shelley.rolland-poruks@ceaa-acee.gc.ca

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